Promoting Intersectoral Collaboration to Support Frail Adults with IDD in the Community
Webinar Archive Description
On Nov. 19th 2019 this webinar focused on the collaboration between Reena and the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network shared “Call to Action” resources to support individuals, families, and providers in the context of frailty and IDD.
- Frailty among adults with IDD
- Principles and recommendations to guide action on frailty
- Key elements of effective intersectoral collaboration in the context of supporting adults with IDD who are frail
- PhD, Health Studies and Gerontology (University of Waterloo, 2005)
- MA, Développement Humain (Laurentian University, 2000)
- Hon. Psychologie (Laurentian University, 1998)
- BA Psychologie (University of Ottawa, 1997)
Over the last decade, I have developed an applied program of research focused on the health and service utilization of vulnerable populations – in particular, persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities, persons with mental illness, and older adults.
Hélène Ouellette-Kuntz (PhD)
Dr. Oullette-Kuntz is an epidemiologist and Professor in the Departments of Public Health Sciences and Psychiatry (Division of Developmental Disabilities) at Queen’s University. She has a PhD in Human Geography and an MSc in Epidemiology, both from Queen’s University.
Educational Background: BScH Biology, Queen’s University
Supervisor: Will King
Thesis Title: Solar ultraviolet radiation and colorectal cancer risk in Canada